Disruptive technology is changing business models faster than ever before.
We enable you to navigate the new frontier of technology to make informed and sound decisions for your organisation.
We focus on robots, drones and artificial intelligence and combine our technological expertise and business understanding to help you understand the opportunities and challenges of disruptive technology.
TECHNOLOGIES WE FOCUS ON
Advances in Artificial Intelligence enable machines to execute tasks and solve problems normally attributed to humans. They perform better over time by continuously learning from experience and are already replacing human labour in job functions like journalism, legal advise and accounting.
NEXT GENERATION ROBOTICS
Next Generation Robotics makes human-machine collaboration a reality. Better and cheaper sensors enable robots to operate alongside people, moving them from production lines into our everyday lives.
Machines that fly completely autonomously is the next phase for drone technology. This completely changes business models as we know them as it makes us capable of gathering vast amounts of data from the sky.
In the next three years, Robot Union will select 40 start-ups that will develop projects, in the field of robotics, which are linked to the manufacturing, agri-food, health and civil infrastructure industries.
There is a clear need to stimulate European start-ups and SMEs in the robotics sector to develop novel and innovative technology with the potential to open new markets at the international level. The aim of the Robot Union acceleration program is to discover, support and fund innovative projects in the robotics industry.
Robot Union will address the two major barriers that hinder the development and market uptake of robotics technologies for entrepreneurs and start-ups: the elevated setup costs and the lack of awareness of potential benefits of robotics.
The use of robots in digital signage is on the verge of a major breakthrough, as robots can move physically and thereby improve communication and interaction significantly compared to stationary digital terminals. However, existing robot platforms are still difficult for most programmers to use, not suited for human-robot interaction or simply too expensive. This project will revolutionise the market for digital signage by developing a high-quality robot platform featuring state-of-the-art robot navigation algorithms that are easy to use for app programmers everywhere. This will make it fast for non-robot developers to create and maintain new robot applications, which can be used for interactive digital signage, as a tool for wayfinding, information, entertainment and advertising within retail, transport and healthcare. The robot will tap into the market for service robots which is expected to reach USD 23.90 Billion by 2022, at an annual growth rate of 15.18%.
In the future, passengers and staff at airports, hospitals and other logistics hotspots around the world will receive a helping hand from an entire army of autonomous robots which will increase the service level, people flow and safety.
Together we partners, we have successfully received 2 millions dollars in funding from the Danish Innovation Fund.
Today, there are a few thousand robot engineers worldwide, while there are millions of app developers. We allow our robot prototype to let the app developers get to the dish so that it’s just as easy to develop services that work through robots as it’s currently building apps
The current robot prototype is built as an autonomous robot balancing on a ball. The body is one and a half feet high and the head consists of a tablet computer. Interaction with users will work like other digital assistants like Apple Siri or Amazon’s Alexa.
The key finding is that while there may be enough work to maintain full employment to 2030 under most scenarios, the transitions will be very challenging—matching or even exceeding the scale of shifts out of agriculture and manufacturing we have seen in the past.
About 60 percent of occupations, at least one-third of the constituent activities could be automated, implying substantial workplace transformations and changes for all workers.
WHINN is one week with conferences, side events, exhibition, matchmaking and networking activities – all within health and innovation.
At WHINN, you will gain new knowledge, inspiration and insight in the newest research and international trends. Several conferences, events and initiatives are part of WHINN. The result is unexpected encounters and new contacts, which could be the beginning of new business, new collaborations and new opportunities.
Be inspired by new perspectives: WHINN creates meetings between CEOs and end-users and between clinicians as well as decision makers.
Lethal autonomous weapons threaten to become the third revolution in warfare. Once developed, they will permit armed conflict to be fought at a scale greater than ever, and at timescales faster than humans can comprehend. These can be weapons of terror, weapons that despots and terrorists use against innocent populations, and weapons hacked to behave in undesirable ways. We do not have long to act. Once this Pandora’s box is opened, it will be hard to close.
TechBBQ 2017 is setting the bar higher than before: With 2 days, 3,500 participants, 3 stages, and 21 corners, Denmark’s first, oldest and largest tech and innovation summit embraces a wide range of stakeholders from the Danish and international tech startup scene.
Whether it’s creating or enhancing opportunities within the tech startup and scaleup environment, this event may just be for you. TechBBQ is not only a summit but a unique opportunity to experience tomorrow’s technologies while having the chance to connect with your future customer, colleague, boss, investor or co-founder.
On both days, Øksnehallen’s 5000 m2 will be packed with innovative minds and well-known startup, scaleup icons and well known VCs from all over Europe. There will also be well known business angels looking to make new investments in startups. Not to mention tech talents curious about exciting job opportunities.
Advances in technology suggest the world of work is on the brink of a new automation age, in which machines, robots and artificial intelligence graduate from routine tasks on the factory floor to activities across industries, skill sets and pay scales. Based on groundbreaking McKinsey research, this report shows that a staggering 40 percent of Danish working hours could be automated by current technologies.
“The future belongs to those who know how to take advantage of data” was the vision of KL’s Political Summit in Aalborg.
Participants in KL’s Municipal Political Summit in Aalborg got a powerful shot of visions when Alec Ross, technology policy expert, former Innovation Council provides for Hillary Clinton summarized the book ‘The Industries of the Future’. Alec Ross gave substantial input on the role of technology in the welfare state .
BrainBotics supported Aarhus Municipality’s robot on stage during the talk and at the booth on the conference.
A new analysis form McKinsey is an in-depth study on the effects of increased automation:
Advances in robotics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning are ushering in a new age of automation, as machines match or outperform human performance in a range of work activities, including ones requiring cognitive capabilities. In this report, part of our ongoing research into the future of work, we analyze the automation potential of the global economy, the factors that will determine the pace and extent of workplace adoption, and the economic impact associated with its potential.
Friday the 9th of December, the Danish high school Alssundgymnasiet took a trip into the future. The regular schedule was cleared and replaced by workshops and lectures on artificial intelligence and robotics.
Pepper was the center of attention at the event Local Rock Stars in Aarhus. This one-day conference, is a partnership between companied in and around Aarhus. The purpose is to share knowledge and insights with it-professionals and students. Søren Tranberg Hansen from BrainBotics made the final keynote about robotics and AI at the event.
BrainBotics participates with the robot Norma at the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona. On behalf of Aarhus Municipality, BrainBotics have been invited to program their robot to welcome people at the pavilion and to show case some of the many Danish Smart City solutions.